U.S. and S. Korean Warmongers' Reckless War Maneuvers Flayed
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, March 13 (KCNA) -- The Key Resolve and Foal Eagle joint military exercises now under way across south Korea are an undisguised military threat to the DPRK as they are dangerous military provocations that can be seen only on the eve of a war, observes Minju Joson Friday in a signed commentary.
It goes on:
No one can vouch that the U.S. imperialists and the Lee Myung Bak group will not mount a preemptive attack on the DPRK by hundreds of thousands of troops and ultra-modern striking means involved in the above-said joint military exercises. This saber rattling has put peace on the Korean Peninsula at the greatest peril.
The warmongers are now busy with the large-scale war exercises aimed to invade the DPRK, war maneuvers reminiscent of an actual war, after massively deploying aggressor forces huge enough to wage a war in south Korea and its vicinity. This saber rattling is deliberately increasing the military tension on the peninsula. This being a hard reality, they are taking issue with the DPRK's measure for self-defense.
Mere warning is not enough to deal with the warmongers.
The war maniacs are apt to go more desperate and reckless when their rival looks weaker and lacks strong will.
These warmongers should be dealt with retaliatory blows.
The army and people of the DPRK have so far bolstered the capability for self-defense in every way under the uplifted banner of Songun in order to deal telling blows at the warmongers recklessly working to realize their ambition to invade it and defend the national sovereignty and dignity.
They love peace and do not want confrontation and a war, but they will wage a just war of retaliation against the warmongers should they dare impose a war upon the army and people of the DPRK.
The U.S. imperialists and the Lee war-thirty group had better properly know who their rival is and behave themselves not to meet the fate of forlorn wandering spirits.
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